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-called indian problem might be the extermination of the buffalo. the indians depended on the bison for food, clothing and shelter. yet the buffalo could be wiped out, the indians would have to live on their reservations in order to eat. but at the end of the civil war more than 10 million buffalo still roamed the great plains. then german tenors and in a process to turn buffalo hide into high-grade leather. the 1871 east coast tanneries began to play -- pay premium prices for buffalo hides. teams of buffalo hunters flooded the southern plains with their big 50 buffalo guns. and commenced wiping out the great hurts. just a few years, the buffalo disappeared from the southern plains. members of congress and some state legislatures tried to stop the slaughter. but sheridan, grant and sherman block to that. sheridan told the texas legislature the buffalo hunters have done more in two years to help fight the indians than the army had done in 30. texas he said should give each other a bronze medal, with a debt bubble on one side and to discourage looking indian on the other. -- dead buffalo on on
. the indian depended on bite son for the food, clothing and shementer if the buffalo would be wiped out. they would have to live on the reservation in order to eat. at the end of the civil war, more than 10 million buffalo still roamed the great plains. then german -- invented a process to turn them in to high grade leather. 1871 east coast began to pay premium prices for the buffalo hides. teams of buffalo hunters flooded the southern plains with the big 50 buffer low guns. and commenced widening out the great herds. in just a few years, the buffalo sphered from the southern plains. they tried to stop the slaughter. but sheraton, grant cab and here is monoblocked it. sheraton told the texas legislature the buffalo hunters two years to pass fie the indians than the army had done in thirty. texas should give each hunter a bronze medal with a dead buffalo on one side, and a discouraged looking indian on the other. adjust few thousand buffalo remained in the west. sheraton was one of the most successful warrior generally of the generation. there's another side to him. he believed in fairne
. >> in the earliest ever presidential candidacy endorsement by an american newspaper, today buffalo news endorsed hillary clinton for president in 2016. the 139-year-old newspaper doesn't have to know who the republican nominee is going to be. they don't have to know who the other democratic candidates for president will be. the buffalo news knows enough. they want the woman they endorsed twice already in her senate campaigns in new york to become president of the united states in 2017. it is not as if the buffalo news doesn't know who the other likely candidates are, especially on the democratic side. the buffalo news has always had a sharp political team delivering its coverage of presidential politics. they know well at the buffalo news that the hugely popular governor of new york, andrew cuomo, who they endorsed in his gubernatorial campaign is laying the ground work to run in 2016. they know in 2016, elizabeth warren will have been in the senate the same time barack obama was in the senate before he ran for president. they saw a massachusetts governor, patrick and the editors of the buffalo
killed nearly almost all of the buffalo. now, we are overfishing the ocean. >> when nobody owns it nobody takes care it. it's the tragedy of the commons. that is our show tonight. >> hands now john stossel. >> john: we like the idea of sharing, communal property but it does lead to one economists call the tragedy of the commons because nasty things happen when everybody owns something. i first heard that phrase and a story about some shepherds who live around a grassy area they call the commons. of the shepherds shared this free green grass and they grab as much as possible. captain breeding sheep. many more to raise. soon all the grass was gone. the sheep died. the shepherd said nothing. so then they debt divided it into parcels. now each one owned one. each had an incentive to limit the number that grazed on his grass. prosperity happened. everyone lives happily ever after. okay. is not quite that simple, but we should think about this today on thanksgiving. this week school children were taught, it's a day of sharing. pilgrims and indians shared the fruits of the harvest, but that miss
that bullying is simply a rite of passage, i went to christ the king grammar school in buffalo, new york, you would go behind the building and settle your scores at the end of the day and that was an accepted way of doing business. but we're learning and raising consciousness that, no, it's not an acceptable way of doing business. i've had conversations with the mother of seth walsh, of people who have literally taken their own lives and as a father of three, this isn't simply an issue of civil rights enforcement, this is something very personal. because i can't imagine the unspeakable grief that parents must go through. i can't imagine the unspeakable grief in murphiesboro, tennessee, when we talk to the leaders in the muslim community and they tell me my kid doesn't want to go to school today because everybody is telling him, go home, you terrorist. i can't imagine the unspeakable grief in suburban minneapolis when the somali kids are told, you have to go home, you terrorists, get out of our community. they were born here, this is their community. i can't imagine the unspeakable fear in
to say about this next movie trailer. it's for a movie called "buffalo girl" it takes place in thailand and follows two young girls by the name of pet and stan. they're poor children, and to raise money to help support their family, they box. they're fighters. pet is 8, stan 10. you see them here training in the art of mai-tai and boxing. >> do they like it? do they enjoy it? do they want to do this? >> that's the story here. and that's the big question. are they doing it because they enjoy it, or are they doing it because they're being put up to it by their parents or maybe just feel guilty to do it? [ speaking in foreign language ] . >> really strange thing that young girls could make money doing this, that there's a market for something like this. that people are paying to come watch young girls box each other. i think it says more about the society than it does about these two young girls. >> i think beth's right. it's most sad to see girls even have an opportunity to do this. that there's a market for this. that people are willing to go there and watch an 8-year-old girl fight. and
at the buffalo roam. bison are a great example of tragedy. 30 million of them once roamed in america. that's because no one knows them or rather everyone knows them. indians and the white settlers kept haunting them until there were nearly extinct. the buffalo herd went from 30 million to 1,000. now they have made a comeback, because now people own them. here to help explain what happened. whatappens? >> well, property rights were established over the very few remaining by some of left. when they got down to about 1,000 there were some cattle ranchers have roger been a real enough to figure out that te bison were worth more alive than dead at that point. so they went out to the great plains and gathered the remnants of what was left, 10-15 bison and grew th into the herds that today have made -- led to the comeback. john: they protected them for their own profit. >> they found a way to make them pay. the market, for them, was me. they sold bison to circuses, zoos, and public preserves. john: before that when there werr 30 million, at first there were not enough indians to kill them. theyer
the buffalo bills. at 7:00 p.m. >> nice to see the basketball's g through the hoops. > a t 11, we go behind-the- talk to the men of nashville. the show that is striking a chord with viewers. from the show's success to whether one of them has any real political aspirations, the "nashville."on >> an update on the weather. clear and cold and will get colder. andill drop to about 33 colder in outlying areas. some high clouds and sunshine. will stay on the cool side to next seven days. chance of rain on sunday. more of those possibilities at 11. >> goodbye. >>
to remember a veterans' today. >> included buffalo soldiers and members of the rotc. those who fought in wars past said they were pleased with today's turnout and enjoyed reminiscing with other veterans. >> is good to just reminisce and think of all the ones that did not make it back. >> it is me a good feeling inside to know that people still remember. x just very proud of everyone who has served and our guys overseas. i am just out you are supporting them as well. >> the parade ended at war memorial plaza. according to the 2010 census, 1.7 million veterans are younger than 35. 9 million are older than 65. find more veterans day facts on wbaltv.com and you can see restaurant serving free meals to veterans. >> now, your insta-weather forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> 12 days of november, the normal high temperature is in the 50's. 78 was the record high back in 1879, but a 69-degree day, way above the average high of 58. morning low was close to normal, but it will turn chillier. these are current temperatures around the eastern half of the united states. it is warm all the
to join in the procession like the buffalo soldiers, the be a maryland health care system in and future in rolled an rotc program -- and those enrolled in the rotc program. >> it makes me feel good. we all come together to support one cause. >> winding the streets of mount vernon, people who want to show support of veterans, and even veterans themselves to reflect an honor those following in their footsteps. >> just to reminisce. we go back and think of all the ones that did not make it back. it gives me a warm feeling inside to know that people still remember. >> proud. proud of everyone that served. i am just anchorage. i am out here supporting them as well. -- i am just encouraged. >> as they say, freedom is not free, and our soldiers are the ones that ensure the fact that we can continue to come out here and do what we're doing as individuals on a daily basis. >> the parade ended with a ceremony to honor our veterans wbal, the 11 news. >> according to the 2010 census, 1.7 million veterans are younger than 35. 9 million are over than 65. at wbaltv.com.e facts coming up on 11 news at
, it was fun. >> they focus on the next game. the buffalo bills prove to you do not need offensive sound to win the game. it was an ugly night for miami. the bills beat the dolphins, 19 to 14. do-or-die for d.c. united. if they take on dynamo in what looks to be a sold-out game. it looks like they got some. rosario likely see the field in some capacity, a boost to an offense that has been seriously depleted by injuries. rosario of possession player, an aggressive goalseter and he is taking off. i still hear the knocks on my door every morning. again, a lot of things happen in 90 minutes of soccer. you can prepare certain ways. but you have to be ready to adapt. >> to a different football, going from linebacker to quarterback is an unusual transition, but if is a transition that sean petty had to do. they have had four quarterback changes. he did fumbled four times. give him a break. he is a freshman. the team is looking at the positives and the lessons they learned from challenges this season. >> this says a lot about who he is as a person and out of a competitor he is and, you know, just his w
back towards the finger lakes and buffalo and syracuse. snow showers outside of pittsburgh and a general cool flow of air from sandy on the backside. here's a look at the radar. buffalo is locked in. and the new york state thruway. they're doing okay as far as the storm concerns and cleanup. for the forecast today for the area affected by sandy so badly, maybe we'll get into the mid to upper 50s. at least it will be a dry day for everyone. and the forecast looks dry through the upcoming weekend. temperatures in the middle of the country, no problems whatsoever. and we're actually looking okay right through the weekend for the cleanup. but, you know, the storm, you know, a lot of people are saying this is one of the few storms that ever lived up to the hype. >> i think it exceeded it, bill. you were a busy man throughout. >>> for a city where five million people use the subway every day, the shutdown of the subway system hit commuters hard. the parts of the subway will open. there is a darkened downtown and up town. manhattan is divided in half. those with power and those wi
't expect is the role of quarterback kevin hogan. he may have sun planet josh nunes as the starter. buffalo fans could have left after that. a dysfunctional quarterback carousel for theme. webb, plenty of time. throws right to ed reynolds, a pick six last week, another one here. 48-yard, make it 7-0 cardinal. stanford quarterback josh nunes found the bench early. air mails this one to terrell. nearly picked off. now to hogan, second quarter, handoff to stepfan taylor. finds a hole. 27 yards, seventh rushing chowb of the year. bogut, 111 yards in the first half alone. 32 yards. down the seam to toilolo. a few plays later, hogan with the bootleg to the wide open zack ertz. hogan, redshirt freshman. 19 yards. 18-23, 184 yards and who scores, also rushed for 48. stanford crush colorado, 48-0. the cardinal host oregon state next saturday. >> san jose state on the road, taking on the vandals of idaho in moscow. second quarter, spartans drive, and look at this grab. between two defenders. they went to the review. got both feet down. spartans on top 14-7. san jose state outscores idaho 28-of in the
as the starter. buffalo fans could have left after that. a dysfunctional quarterback carousel for theme. webb, plenty of time. throws right to ed reynolds, a pick six last week, another one here. 48-yard, make it 7-0 cardinal. stanford quarterback josh nunes found the bench early. air mails this one to terrell. nearly picked off. now to hogan, second quarter, handoff to stepfan taylor. finds a hole. 27 yards, seventh rushing chowb of the year. bogut, 111 yards in the first half alone. 32 yards. down the seam to toilolo. a few plays later, hogan with the bootleg to the wide open zack ertz. hogan, redshirt freshman. 19 yards. 18-23, 184 yards and who scores, also rushed for 48. stanford crush colorado, 48-0. the cardinal host oregon state next saturday. >> san jose state on the road, taking on the vandals of idaho in moscow. second quarter, spartans drive, and look at this grab. between two defenders. they went to the review. got both feet down. spartans on top 14-7. san jose state outscores idaho 28-of in the second halve. fales, four touchdowns, 35-yards there to chandler jones. spartans hand
business office. she was in san francisco in 1986 to open the buffalo exchange limited store, and in the 13 years she worked for buffalo exchange, tennis district manager, she held her open the company from four to 11 stores. in 2009, the mayor appointed her as executive director to the office of small businesses. next, we have the ceo of opportunity funds. he has combined his background as a community organizer with an education from stanford to develop an innovative, not-for- profit financial incision that uses market principles to affect systemic change. it operates one of the nation's largest individual development, programs, a leading provider of micro loans in california, and has a robust community real estate finance unit. next, we have the ceo of ne community federal credit union. since 1988, she has been the ceo of northwest community federal credit union. under her watch, the credit union group to over 1600 members. it has become the national model for institutions seeking to provide financial education and banking services to the low- income communities. last but not least, we ha
buffalo or a horse. so how many of you are repulsed or bothered by the idea and would not do our taste test? a few of you. okay. it is just wrong. well, that is bought, says the chef at beaver creek ranch in texas. beavercreek is a resort where guests pay to have zebra, water buffalo, and this cute animal. they eat what they kill command they eat it after it has been cut by the chef. so at their ranch people come for this. they are not squeamish. >> right. fourteen different varieties of animals. pick out which one you want to hunt for. the harvest the animal, bring it back and cook it. john: people say it tastes good. >> and it's better for you because it is leaner. i have been a chef for years. it beef from the grocery store verses cooking as zebra, if you cook it and put it on the grill there is so much more fat. it's a lot more lane. you have to do more to it, baby it, tenderize it. john: lean means tough. >> but if you add fat to it, good fat like a jam to blackberry jam and coated with that and then grow it in you get a whole different taste and health-conscious. john: you put no
will look at some ceremonies taking place today. >> the buffalo bills tackling a beg problem off the field. why a man claiming to be one of the team's biggest fans sis suing over text messages. "good morning, washington" at 5:00 a.m. starts now. >> good morning, it is monday morning november 12. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm cynne' rise and shine. we will go to meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> what a beautiful weekend and things are kicking off the workweek nicely but we've big changes later on a little bit of patchy fog this morning. otherwise expect sunshine but the clouds will be on the increase especially this afternoon. rain is in the forecast by tonight seeing some showers. that will linger in to tomorrow morning. we are waking up to pretty decent temperatures. 50 reagan national 49 dulles, 43 in manassas and culpeper and 51 in fredericksburg. today partly cloudy and partly sunny and mild at noon. mostly cloudy by 5:00. high around 67 to 68 degrees this evening before the big drop. we will tell you about the drop with the seven-day but first we have the traffic re
. he is gone. >> that was thursday's prime- time match up between buffalo and miami. a 79 yard punt return. later in the quarter it was miami's turn. entered with a 96 yard kickoff return. it was the buffalo bills with the last laugh. they ended up winning the game, 19-14. it is 5:27 right now. the news continues at 5:30. >> still ahead, drivers will to be to theway this weekend.ing therday's opening of of the beltway in northern virginia. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. straight ahead, a week after resigning, david petraeus goes hill, where he will theer questions about r u.s. consulate attack in libya. good morning, washington. it's friday, november 16. i'm steve chenevey. i am pamela brown. now let's get straight to jacqui jeras. what is on tap for today. >> not a bad day overall. we have cloud cover to start. andly dline, chil chillytures -- temperatures. a peak of sunshine this afternoon. definitely a sunny start to the weekend for your saturday. banks giving is less than a week away. sneak peak for your spanx the beach forecast in this half-
not understood] brown buffalo footsteps pounding of valencia corridor and he was shouting poetry [speaker not understood] junkies nodding in their wasted [speaker not understood] in the hotel royale, the mission's finest. and even the furniture was angry. and i tell the waiters at the bus stop, the waitresses, the flower sellers, the blind guitarist [speaker not understood] at a purple sky, the shirtless vagrant vagabond ranting at a parking meter, the spray paint visionary setting fire to the word. and i knew this was the last call. we were tired of living from the scraps of others. we were tired of dying for our own chunk of nothing. and i saw this barrio, this city as a freight train. a crazy mexican bus careening out of control, a mutiny aboard the battle ship, and every port hole filled with anger. and we were going to stay angry. and we were not leaving, not ever leaving el corazon [speaker not understood] of the mission. the [speaker not understood] ends here. (applause) >> and i just want to point out that only san francisco do poets get invited to come to the legislative center.
, not because i have not yet bled my life in yellow, but because minarettes looking sky ward. one burly buffalo looking for hooves and hot breath because the skin is not yet numb and the lights are not yet flickering, i will continue to sip at my hot tea and stare at the dust-colored noon. one white dasha screams with the brilliance of red. can you hear them, the melodious intent, the glimmering mood in their eyes. face stitched by seam, a garment i have sewn to my skin. whatever remains of el gubenchi's 1932 cairo studio recording lives between the old cobblestone quarter and my still-warm mahogony ear. i should have gotten up to shake his hand, this uncomfortable tension between me and god. medina, its streets adorned with smells from the bazaar, yet i have chosen to adorn myself in the still concrete of columns. i am for the transcription of the arabic. in the morning, he howled the song in the name of his father, perhaps new fathers weep at the birth of their sons. do not cry for leila or for him, but drink the red wine and grow your love doublely, one for the ruby in the cup, the other for
there was a park service were calvary soldiers. the presidio here in san francisco sent buffalo soldiers up to yosemite and sequoia every summer to control the parks, to keep the poachers out and to begin the construction of roads. the first federal superintendent of sequoia national park was colonel charles young. he happened to be the third african-american to graduate from west point. he went on to become the first black colonel in the army. amazing story. i believe he'll be honored sometime later this year by some sort of a national monument at his home in ohio. so, pretty interesting fellow and pretty amazing leadership demonstrated. today our rangers across the country perform modern-day public services, often away from municipalities. so, we're the only game in town at yosemite. we perform search and rescue police, emergency services, medical, even corner duties. closer to home, we have urban [speaker not understood] here in san francisco and at the national mall. so, we have a sprat strong cadre of rangers that help in incident managements, presidential visits, americas cup here, mo
buffalo, baby. struggling. josh nunez. second quarter, hogan completes the 32 yard pass. and four plays later, hogan was back at i again. this time a wide open sack. no one will catch him. 28-0, stanford. they went on to win 48-0, the first time colorado has been shut out at home since 1986. what about the san jose spartans trying to become bowl eligible against idaho? the second quarter, game tied 7-7. david finds jabbari carr. carr goes up and get that one. 14-7, spartans and then to chandler. he is deep in the end zone. san jose state wins. 42-13. they are now bowl eligible. congratulations to them. the oakland a's made a move that might surprise their fans. the team signed bartolo colon. he was suspend 50 game last season for using steroids. he'll complete that suspension by missing the first five games of the 2013 season. also, at santa anita park, there was a purse for the classic race. a horse won the classic. his jock, brian hernandez, celebrated his 27th birthday today. congratulations to them. >> did you know bartolo colon ended up getting a million-dollar raise after getting
, buffalo, and pittsburgh. everyone still without power, hopefully they're not in their homes. a little warmer than yesterday today. yesterday we were in the range -- we were heading into the 40s. today we should get into the 50s all the way from boston to hartford. we should take another couple inches off that snow pack. funny saying that this time of year. rest of the country, southeast looks cold and chilly to start. the storm in the northwest it the one we'll track through the weekend. we'll watch that on saturday. the worst of it will be heading into the midwest. could watch good storms from minneapolis through areas of nebraska. sunday, areas of rain. watch out in chicago during the day on sunday. possibly a watchoshout at times. the middle of the country is going to get a little stormy. >> all right, bill. thanks so much. >>> just ahead, bond is back, and a new take on an old president. plus, whether you're team edward or team jacob, twilight mania is in full swing. your entertainment headlines are straight ahead. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. had to be slow. or that pri
have known since he was a young brown buffalo starting out and i am pleased to see so many elected officials here like mayor edwin lee, representative nancy pelosi, district attorney gaston, police chief -- i am very pleased about that, but i also want to remind them that the next time we meet at one of these receptions i'm going to ask for their reading list, and i hope to see many, many latino authors, many, many latina poets, especially those poets and books that have been banned recently in arizona. [applause] so while we celebrate today keep in mind that in other places like arizona perhaps we don't have as much to celebrate. [speaking spanish] thank you. [applause] >> our 2012 latino heritage awards recipient is john santos. john, please join us on stage tonight. you know you should be star struck and this is a four time grammy nominee here, five time grammy nominee here and one of the most experienced in latin music today and known for the use of instruments and contemporary music and has earned much respect as a composer and producer. he has studied and recorded with jaz
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